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Posted 7/13/17

octorockandroll wrote:
Yeah, I realize the difference now. I got duped by the misleading headline, both of the thread and the article.


That was kind of the purpose of this thread in general. On the /r/The_Donald thread, the OP stated that she was going to show that "there are a lot of r/twoxchromosomes users on CR" (to paraphrase) and used the first handful of responses as evidence. It was a lib-bait thread. It was deliberately used to try to "catch the st00pid liburulz".
Posted 7/13/17
Ah I missed Magical-Soul's threads, they're so much fun to read.
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Posted 7/13/17

Tyrconnell wrote:
It's the disposal of the remains, not rather or not the woman can get an abortion. HuffPo's bias is showing here.


Except it is. If the father/family do not want her to get an abortion they can sue her in court using this bill. While the bill likewise legally requires her to inform the father/family that she is going to have an abortion. Because they must, obviously, be informed prior to the disposal of any remains.

Arkansas already has a number of bills being fought in the courts that limit abortion terms to 12 weeks and ban second trimester abortions entirely by banning one of the most common methods of performing them.

So lets not pretend this is anything but Arkansas trying to find a "legal" way around the Constitution to ban abortion.





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Posted 7/13/17

runec wrote:


Tyrconnell wrote:
It's the disposal of the remains, not rather or not the woman can get an abortion. HuffPo's bias is showing here.


Except it is. If the father/family do not want her to get an abortion they can sue her in court using this bill. While the bill likewise legally requires her to inform the father/family that she is going to have an abortion. Because they must, obviously, be informed prior to the disposal of any remains.

Arkansas already has a number of bills being fought in the courts that limit abortion terms to 12 weeks and ban second trimester abortions entirely by banning one of the most common methods of performing them.

So lets not pretend this is anything but Arkansas trying to find a "legal" way around the Constitution to ban abortion.







Wasn't that "an emanation of a penumbra of an idea contained within" right? One of those that wasn't found for some 186 years?
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Posted 7/14/17

Tyrconnell wrote:
Wasn't that "an emanation of a penumbra of an idea contained within" right? One of those that wasn't found for some 186 years?


And? Penumbra is pretty critical to Constitutional law. I mean, unless you want to roll back your right to privacy and owning guns for self defense and what not? -.-

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Posted 7/14/17

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uncletim wrote:

You all are so afraid of Muslims bringing in sharia law that you been blind to fact that the Talinbangelicals have been pushing their own forum of it for years


I was a member of a conservative Catholic group that hated Muslims but wanted women to wear veils to Church.
These fundamentalist Christians think that they have the duty to tell people how to live their lives. They can't sleep comfortable at night knowing that two men or women are in a loving relationship. It makes their blood boil.


Art Van can help with that.
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